I am sure that you guys are watching or listening to the English songs or videos to improve English as that is the easiest way to learn new words but I would like to add on by giving one additional tip that is none other than the Hit and Trial method which you already perform while solving some maths equation or some typical chemistry formulas.
This is not rocket science as I mention names like maths and chemistry. You just need to plan or guess what native English speakers are going to say in that next conversation or the next dialog.
In this way, you will predict based on your life experience what you think people are going to say and you will be more prepared and confident.
You are preparing your mind to receive that information and you would be surprised when seven out of 10 times you’re going to be correct but be prepared for something different to come out of people’s mouths.
So just by exploring the different options or by changing the direction of your thoughts you are going to feel more confident and able to proceed with that information faster. By this, you will also learn the use of the right words at the right time in the right way.
Learn cognates-related words or these are words that are almost the same in another language. For Example, gratitud in Spanish means the same as gratitude in English.
The pronunciation will differ somewhat, so check it by using U – Dictionary or Google is where you can listen to native speakers pronouncing specific words. To achieve native-level fluency in a language, you would typically need to know at least 50,000 words. But to achieve conversational fluency you only need to learn a fraction of that – 2000 to 3000 words.
Again, you can find lists of these words online. However, you will also come across them naturally whilst speaking and listening to the language. Write down and learn the commonly used words whilst ignoring the complex words that you don’t hear so often. You must learn the words that are relevant to you. Do this by focusing on topics that interest you or that come up in your day-to-day life. These could be related to your work or leisure activities. By focusing on relevant language, you’ll be more likely to use the words you learn in real life. You’ll also find it easier to memorize these words.
To explore your imagination TITANIUM provides you special training classes, where you listen to English songs and watch movies, and yeah in some tasks you need to predict the next dialog.